She’s smart, talented, and the newest teacher at Momotsuki Academy; but she’s also… 11 years old?! Named Becky Miyamoto, this pint-sized MIT prodigy wants nothing more than to be a respectable educator, but all her students do is treat her like an adorable child! With space aliens, a class full of stereotypes (and one girl who is normal!), and a quick temper standing in her way, Becky will try her best to shape the eager young minds of tomorrow before she hits puberty!
Yuuko, Mio and Mai are regular high school girls who lead a normal everyday life. However, with bizarre explosions causing random objects to rain down on their heads, lunch turning into an epic battle between girl and wiener, and students riding to school on goats, their lives are anything but ordinary. Meanwhile android Nano spends her days wishing she were a normal human, but keeping house for her creator, the playful and immature child genius Hakase, dealing with talking cat Sakamoto, and trying to keep a hold of her multitude of easily-detachable body parts, her dream is far from a reality...
While there's not a child teacher in sight in Nichijou, if you enjoy the random comedy and schoolgirl aspect of one of these series, you'll likely find they other entertaining.
If you looking for more random stuffs, this is the anime you want to watch, highly recommended one of the best comedies of the season.
An anime that you can't miss it
Right off the bat I felt that these 2 shows are incredibly similar. The randomness of the 2 shows is quite similar and the pacing feels quite similar between the shows. They also share quite a few character types (E.G. a child genius) that make the similaries even more noticable.
Besides some of the characters having some outstanding resemblences, the very random, very over the top humor both provide are both pretty damn enjoyable. Though Paniponi dash may go to astronomical levels, Nichijou is down to Earth. Take your pick and enjoy!
When Hayate was young, Santa appeared in a dream and told him that if he worked hard, he’d be rewarded. Thus, with an unbreakable will, the unfortunate Hayate has struggled through life holding onto that belief. In the present, his parents are lazy and unemployed, forcing Hayate to work several jobs to pay the bills. As if things couldn’t get worse, Hayate’s parents then run away, leaving him with an enormous debt and loan sharks on his tail! Naturally, the best solution to find money fast is… to kidnap someone?! A girl named Nagi is the target, but due to an unfortunate miscommunication, she believes Hayate has proposed to her and falls for him hard. After Nagi paid off his debt, Hayate must now work as her butler in order to repay her; but first, he must adapt to her wacky world!
These two series feature a (mostly) normal lead character trying to deal with a (mostly) female group of eccentrics in their lives. Both make use of reality-distoring visual humor, as well as copious references to other anime and otaku culture.
While the settings are different, both animes offer Random Comedy of the same type. You constantly see movie, tv, manga, and internet references and parodies appearing in both animes in funny ways.
Both shows are satirical comedies with cute characters surrounded by a great cast of characters with their own silly quirks. The one thing that really makes these two similar is the style of humor that they bring. They never shy away from pushing the comedy to be as ludicrous and out there as possible. Subtlety isn't what either show is aiming for and they both wear that badge with pride and honor.
Mika wants to be the best teacher in the world: able to inspire her students to work hard and excel in their studies. Though she tries her hardest every day, she’s only about four and a half feet tall, so being taken seriously is difficult to say the least! To make matters worse, she teaches quite possibly the strangest bunch ever, from the resident super otaku to the loving lesbian who thinks Mika is the cutest thing born on this Earth. Now, amidst tests galore and homework aplenty, Mika's class starts another year on their path to graduation...
Both PPD and Doki Doki have a cute and small teacher which the comedy revolves around. Both are about high school comedy, though do note that Doki Doki School Hours is not as extreme and random as Paniponi Dash!
If you like atching comedic anime series about students relating to their teachers, then both Sensei no Ojikan and Paniponi Dash are for you. Both of these series center around the teahcers of the students they teach, who in both cases are a bit different. Whilst Paniponi Dash is far more random and crazy, both series have their fair share of comedy, making them worth a watch.
When the students of class 2-A at the all-girls Mahora Academy head back to school, they are expecting a new year as usual. What they get is a new homeroom teacher... who's 10 years old! As if being a genius isn't enough, Negima is a mage. As part of his training to be a Magister Magi, he must succeed at teaching - without anyone finding out he's a magician! Can Negi keep his talents a secret from the girls who just adore the cutest new addition to their academy? Through demon attacks, magical enemies, and English tests, Negi will put all his talents to the test to be the best teacher he can and achieve his goal of Magister Magi.
Young genius teachers are all the rage! Both Negima and PaniPoni pull off this idea in their own unique and comedic way. The students just adore a cute little brainiac trying to reach up the blackboard or see over the podium. Negima does a more streamline story that involves magic and adventure, while Paniponi Dash goes more into the slapstick comedy and cameo realm with numerous real world references.
if you like child age teachers and comedy you will like both negima! and paniponi dash! they both also have thing happen on negima! it is magic on panipono dash! it is more to do with aliens all in all both are a great laugh and good anime's
When Kaede, a girl frustrated with her grades like any other teenager, finds a female Ninja attempting to steal her underwear, she didn't expect a friendship to be the result. And as the modern day world of ordinary high schooler Kaede collides with Ninja-in-training Shinobu, she soon comes to discover that the world of modern day Ninjas are filled with parties, picnics, and the training of the elder master Ninja yellow form changing glob: Onsokumaru!
The likeness between these two series isn't based on their story or content, but more on the level of crazyness in them. Having watched Ninja Nonsense and moved on to Paniponi, I get the same eyebrow raising "what's going on here?" feeling from both of them..
Both series are hysterically funny and crudely perverse which makes them both laugh out loud. While one has to do with a hopeless ninja girl, Shinobu, under the care of her perverse yellow blob of a teacher, Onsokamaru, the other has to do with an 11-year old teacher trying to suceed ih showing a crazy class of unusually gifted students how the world is run.